All-natural dog toothpasteGG Naturals all-natural Toothpaste
, a Golly Gear exclusive product, will help keep your little dog's teeth clean and bright. It will also help her breath, gums and overall health.
We talk about all the benefits, as well as how to get your dog to cooperate, in a blog post: Shine Those Pearly Whites
Get rid of the chemicals GG Naturals
Dog Toothpaste has only 3 completely natural, good-for-anyone ingredients
: Coconut oil, baking soda and peppermint essential oil.
According to many sources, the lauric acid in coconut oil has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. In addition, coconut oil helps your little dog's skin and coat, improves digestion and reduces allergic reactions. Now, you probably won't be giving your pup quantities to derive all these benefits, but you will know that when your dog swallows the Toothpaste, it's actually good for him
Baking Soda People have been using baking soda as toothpaste
for many years, so it's natural to use it for our dogs' teeth too!
Peppermint Essential Oil
Just for taste! We use the purest of the pure essential oils! Just a drop
so that the Toothpaste will taste better. We've tried commercial dog toothpastes on our dogs, but Torque (Hope's French Bulldog) seems to like the GG Naturals Toothpaste
Glass jar for purity
We put the Toothpaste in a little twist-top glass jar so that it maintains its integrity
100% cotton pads
We include 10 all-cotton gauze pads
to get you started. All in a little draw-string organza bag. Just wrap the cotton pad around your finger
, dip into the Toothpaste, and rub your finger over your little dog's teeth and gums. You can use these gauze pads or the rubber Finger Toothbrush
(when the gauze pads run out).
The jar measures
about 2 inches in diameter and 2 inches high. Net weight 2 ounces.
Made in Skokie
We make the Dog Toothpaste right here in Skokie, Illinois
! (on our kitchen table, in fact!) And, while we were developing our recipe, we found out all kinds of interesting dog teeth facts here in our post: Odd little stuff you didn't know about dogs' teeth